Last-Minute Spiralized Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

Last-Minute Spiralized Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

I know, I know – Thanksgiving is tomorrow. But, I was at home last night,...

Last-Minute Spiralized Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

I know, I know – Thanksgiving is tomorrow. But, I was at home last night, thinking about what I’m going to make to bring to my parents’ house for Thanksgiving and then it hit me: Are other people still looking for recipes too, or am I just terribly last minute?

On the off chance that some of you are looking for more Thanksgiving inspiration and want to bring something Inspiralized, you’ll love this post.

For those of you who already started Google Docs for your Thanksgiving feast months ago, well then, I’m sharing about a new recipe App, Hoorray, that you’ll want to check out. There’s something here for everyone!

Thanksgiving recipe roundup

Here are my top recipe picks for a spiralized Thanksgiving:

Thanksgiving Inspiralized Recipe Roundup

Top left: Cranberry Glazed Butternut Squash Noodles with Honey Pecans
Bottom left: Apple, Fennel and Celeriac Slaw
Right: Garlic Zucchini Noodles with Leeks, Mushrooms and Gravy

Thanksgiving Inspiralized Recipe Roundup

Top left: Butternut Squash and Pear Noodle Arugula Salad with Pomegranates and Walnuts
Bottom left: Butternut Squash Rice, Sausage and Apple Stuffing
Right: Shredded Kale, Brussels Sprouts and Pear Salad with Toasted Almonds

Those are my favorite recipes to make for Thanksgiving, but I also have an “inspiralized Thanskgiving” Pinterest board with more inspiration. Click the below image to follow:

Thanksgiving Inspiralized Recipe Roundup

Hoorray Recipe App

I’m always downloading Apps for my iPhone (like the Inspiralized App, duh!), but there are very few great recipe Apps out there, so when Hoorray reached out to me, I was excited to try them out. Hoorray is a social cooking network for people like me (and you) who are food enthusiastis. They’ve basically created a social community for the everyday cooking experience!

My favorite part is that you can add ingredients to a “Shopping List,” which makes it that much easier to make a recipe you find on Hoorray.


You can see what the people who you follow are cooking and those who follow you can see what you’re cooking. You can share recipes, stories and of course, photos (because we all eat with our eyes.) My only “gripe” with Hoorray when I first started adding recipes was that it was a bit tedious, but now that they have a web version (, it’s so much easier to enter in your recipes.

If you sign up (it’s free), make sure you follow me (Inspiralized.) I can’t get enough of cooking and recipes, so I’m excited to use Hoorray – maybe I’ll see you on there!

Note: Hoorray sponsored this post, but all opinions are my own, always.


with love, Ali

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